Posted by : Aahil Shaik Sunday, July 26, 2020
16 People were Fined 160,000 Riyals for entering into Holy Sites without Permit
The spokesperson for the Saudi Public Security announced that during the past 7 days, A fine of 160,000 Riyals imposed on 16 people, amounting to "10,000" riyals each, for violating the entry of holy sites without permission during the current Hajj season. Trending : First phase of Saudization on Pharmacy professions is completed
He said that the penalties imposed for violations of entry into the holy sites of "Mina, Muzdalifah, Arafat" without permit were issued from the competent authority, starting from the date of 28th Dhu Al Qaidah 1441 until the end of the 4th day of Dhu Al Hijjah, against 16 violators, by fining each of them the amount of 10,000 riyals. Recommend : No government official to perform Hajj this year
- The spokesperson called on all citizens and resident expatriates to strictly follow the Hajj instructions, stressing that the security men impose a tight security cordon on the holy sites to implement the instructions and control the violators.
- This comes as a reference to the royal decree approving the provisions and penalties for violating the precautionary measures and preventive measures taken to confront the new Corona virus. See Also : Kaaba Kiswah to be replaced with new one on 9th Dhu Al Hijjah
- And for the previously announced instructions to ensure compliance with the precautionary measures and preventive measures taken to confront the Corona pandemic, which is relevant to the Hajj season of this year 1441.